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Guyana government to challenge no-confidence vote in court

Firstpost Friday, 4 January 2019
By Neil Marks GEORGETOWN (Reuters) - Guyana's government will challenge in court a parliamentary no-confidence vote that toppled President David Granger's ruling coalition amid a dispute over developing the country's nascent oil industry, the country's attorney general said on Thursday.

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